Friday, December 30, 2011

Ciao 2001 1974 - American Graffiti















This is odd for the first time in memory I can say this is American Graffiti and I do not know anything about it. Sorry I don't read the language. I do know American Graffiti means cool in any language.
Jeff

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Robb Report October 2004 - 1932 Ford Model 18 Coupe













Ahhh the Robb Report. The magazine for the guy who just has way to much time and money on his hands. Great now they are all going to want a Graffiti Coupe.
Jeff

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Mad 1974 - American Confetti















American Graffiti drawn by Mort Drucker. Wolfman, Kurt, Terry, Debbie, Steve and Lori, John and Carol. Almost the whole cast is here. Mort even included the Coupe the 58 and that wicked black 55 Chevy but there is no sign of the Pharoahs.
Jeff

Street Rodder Vol4 No4 1975 - Graffiti Coupe In Miniature













Chopping, Bobbing doing all the work it took to build the real car just on a smaller version. When I was a kid this was a fun build little did I know some day I would build a 1 to 1 scale Milner coupe.
Jeff

Street Rodder Vol4 No5 1975 - Graffiti Coupe In Miniature














Learning American Graffiti Coupe part details is a diffacult task. I learned early on that model builders and  the books they read are a great source for detailed photos.
Jeff

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Cracked November 1974 - American Car-Daffy












American Graffiti as seen thru the eyes of the fine people at Cracked Magazine. If the artwork looks familiar that's because Mort Drucker a Mad Magazine cartoonist was commissioned to do the artwork on the original posters for American Graffiti.
Jeff

Saturday, December 17, 2011

New Zealand Hot Rod April 1992 - Graffiti Revue











New Zealand in 92 "Makin Copies" Two real good lookin American Graffiti clones. I wonder where they are now?
Jeff

Friday, December 16, 2011

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Movies of the 70s 2003 - American Graffiti



I do find it funny that 20 years after the making of the film the always refer to how much profit the movie has made. The thing I don't see is the updates of how much American Graffiti has made? I know I just spent more money buying it on Blu-Ray. Shouldn't Graffiti's earnings still be rising?
Jeff